WWNFF

The Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies

Application Deadline: October 15, 2019

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WW DISSERTATION FELLOWS IN WOMEN’S STUDIES, 2019

Bayan Abusneineh • University of California, San Diego, ethnic studies
Chosen and Imagined: Racial and Gendered Politics of Reproduction in Israel/Palestine

Samina Ali • University of Miami, English
Bad Women and the Politics of Recognition in Post-9/11 American Literature

Hillary Ash • University of Pittsburgh, communication
Defining a Crisis: the Rhetorical Exclusion of Women in the United States’ AIDS Epidemic, 1982-1993

Lizbett Benge • Arizona State University, gender studies
Sensing the State and Strategizing Survival: Art, Ethnography, and the Lived Experiences of Foster Care Alumni

Hannah Frydman • Rutgers University-New Brunswick, history
Between the Lines: Sex, Work, and Business in the Parisian Classifieds, 1881-1940

Elizabeth Kinnamon • University of Arizona, gender and women’s studies
Attention as Method: Marxism, Feminism, and The Politics of Presence

Michaela Kleber • College of William & Mary, history
Gendered Societies, Sexual Empires: Early French Colonization among the Illinois

Isabel Pike • University of Wisconsin-Madison, sociology
Looking for Future: Gender, Work, and Social Change in Kenya

Virginia Thomas • Brown University, American studies
Dark Albums: Regions of Racial Violence, Family Feeling, and Temporal Intimacies in the U.S. South

Grace Zhou • Stanford University, anthropology
In the Market for Intimacy: Work and Welfare in Post-Soviet Central Asia

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